Peel Lifestyle Outlets has submitted a planning application for the next phase of the Glasgow waterfront regeneration to transform 350,000ft² as part of the mixed-use development at Glasgow Harbour in Scotland, UK.
US-based ZOM Living, in partnership with Daiwa House Texas and Itochu affiliates, has broken ground on Atelier, a 41-storey, luxury high-rise mixed-use community comprising 364 luxury residential tower units in the Dallas Arts District, Texas.
US-based real estate investment company CIM Group has announced closure on a loan of more than $600m provided by JP Morgan Chase Bank for the construction of 85 Jay Street mixed-use project in DUMBO neighbourhood, Brooklyn in New York City.
Property investment and development group Conygar Investment has submitted planning application to the Nottingham City Council for a new mixed-use scheme on the former Boots Island site in Nottingham, UK.
Regeneration developer and investor U+I has been appointed by Anglian Water and Cambridge City Council as master planner and promoter to develop a residential-led mixed-use urban quarter at the existing water recycling centre in north Cambridge.
Construction has begun on a new boutique office tower in Brisbane’s Golden Triangle in Australia.
Louisville City Football Club (LCFC) has broken ground on LouCity’s new 11,300-seat stadium, at the Butchertown stadium development site at Cabel and Adams streets.
Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the executive arm of the government of Oman for the development of the tourism sector, and Majid Al Futtaim have partnered to develop an OMR5bn ($13bn) mixed-use community in Muscat, Oman.
Pembrokeshire County Council has decided to unanimously approve a revision to the outline planning consent of the Port of Milford Haven’s Milford Waterfront development project.
US-based Hunt Companies, which develops, invests, manages and finances assets, and WestStar have broken ground on WestStar Tower, the first high-rise office building in Downtown El Paso, Texas, in almost 40 years.
Australian company Multiplex has been appointed by 3L Alliance to deliver the first residential tower as part of the alliance’s $1bn Queens Place mixed-use development in Melbourne’s central business district (CBD).
Australian company Multiplex has won a contract from developer Northacre for a £400m mixed-use development on the former New Scotland Yard site adjacent to St James’s Park tube station at Broadway in London.
British company McLaren Construction has been appointed by international consultant Dar Group as the lead contractor for the main construction works for the latter’s new, £100m UK headquarters in Holborn.
The Howard Hughes and Riverside Investment & Development have broken ground on 110 North Wacker, a trophy-class office tower in Chicago’s Central Business District.
Canada-based Cadillac Fairview (CF) and Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) will construct a CAD800m ($617m) 46-storey office tower at 160 Front Street West in downtown Toronto, Canada.
Seattle-based O’Keefe Development has broken ground on its 1.1 million ft² grocery distribution project at 4002 Galvin Road in the Port of Centralia’s Park I.
Bright Realty has broken ground on The Realm at Castle Hills, a 324-acre, mixed-use development in the Castle Hills community in Lewisville, Texas.
London-based architectural firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) has said that the 3 World Trade Center in New York has been opened as part of the redevelopment of Manhattan’s Ground Zero 16-acre site.
Developer HUB and landowner Smedvig have submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of The Landing site in Maidenhead, UK to construct new buildings, which will provide more than 500 homes and retail and office space.
US-based real estate firm Hines has secured planning approval from the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council of Ireland for a €1bn mixed-use development at Cherrywood.